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School Name.................... Lamar University Location............................. Beaumont, Texas Founded................................................ 1923 Enrollment....................................... 14,522 Nickname....................................... Cardinals Colors................................... Red and White Conference.................................. Southland President.................. Dr. Kenneth R. Evans Director of Athletics.... Jason Henderson Associate AD/SWA................... Helene Thill Athletics Phone................... 409.880.2248

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Quick Facts.................................................. 1 Lamar........................................................... 2 Southeast Texas...................................... 10

2013-14 Cards Roster...................................................... 14 Coach Profiles........................................ 16 Athlete Profiles...................................... 22

LU Tradition All-Time Awards....................................... 36 1,000 Point Club.................................... 37

COACHING STAFF

Head Coach................................ David Wong Record with LU Women (Seasons).... 162-135 (13) Career Record (Seasons)........ 198-226 (13) Alma Mater................................... Lamar ‘97 Office Phone........................ 409.880.8056 Assistant Coaches................ Jon Flanagan Natalia Mayagoitia

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Asst. A.D./Media Relations..... James Dixon Asst. Dir./Tennis Contact...... Clay Trainum Office Phone.................. 409.880.7845 Cell Phone..................... 409.651.5588 E-mail.............. clay.trainum@lamar.edu Media Relations Fax............. 409.880.2338 Athletics Website...... LamarCardinals.com

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The 2014 Lamar Women’s Tennis Information Guide is a production of the Lamar Athletics Media Relations office. It was designed, written and edited by Clay Trainum and James Dixon with editorial assistance provided by Trace Baker and Erik J. Cox. Photography provided by Matthew Billiott and Mike Tobias.

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From left to right: Volunteer assistant Jon FLanagan, Nadiya Kulibaba, Katya Lapayeva, Robyn Summers, Carolina Mas贸, Hanna Elfving, Anna Sp graduate assistant Natalia Mayagoitia and head coach David Wong

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2014 ROSTER Name Dariya Dashutina Hanna Elfving Nadiya Kulibaba Katya Lapayeva Carolina Masó Alicia Porte Anna Spengler Robyn Summers

Class Sr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Sr. Fr. Fr.

Ht. Hometown (Last School) 5-7 Kharkov, Ukraine (Seward County Community School) 5-5 Umeå, Sweden (Dragonskolan Umeå) 5-8 Odessa, Ukraine (Gymnasium No. 2) 5-6 Mogilev, Belarus (Gymnasium No. 3) 5-2 Veracruz, Mexico (Jean Piaget) 5-8 Marseille, France (Lycée Jean Monnet) 5-9 Essen, Germany (Goetheschule) 5-2 Beaumont, Texas (West Brook HS)

Head Coach: David Wong (14th Season) Volunteer Assistant Coach: Jon Flanagan (13th Season) Graduate Assistant Coach: Natalia Mayagoitia (First Season)

Dariya Dashutina, pengler, Alicia Porte,

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DAVID WONG HEAD COACH 14th Season

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LAMAR CARDS TENNIS Now entering his 14th season as head coach, David Wong has become synonymous Lamar Women’s Tennis after elevating the program back into a yearly Southland championship contender. Wong, a former Cardinal tennis player himself, is familiar with the rich history of LU Tennis, and after stepping into a program that won just six matches over his first two seasons, the Lady Cards have reached double figures in victories in all but one of his last 10, including a historic 24-3 season campaign in 2008 that culminated with a trip to the NCAA Tournament. The winningest coach in school history, Wong became the first to win 150 matches in 2012 with a victory over Arkansas State. He holds an overall record of 162-135 with the LU women. In addition to team success, a number of Lady Cards have earned individual recognition from the Southland Conference. Over Wong’s 12 years in charge, a Lady Card player has been named to the All-Southland squad 18 times and a doubles team has been honored as such seven times.

season that the Southland had honored multiple Lady Cards, the longest such streak in school history. The 2012 season represented Wong’s eighth consecutive season of 12 or more wins. After a slow start to the campaign, All-Southland honorees Alessandra Pennesi and Hélène Czudek combined with a 15-win debut season by Salas to take the Cardinals to a 7-4 conference slate before being upended by UT Arlington at the Southland Championships. Following a 14-9 season in 2010, the Lady Cards took advantage of all-conference campaigns by Kaltrina Harbuzi, Gutierrez, Natalia Mayagoitia and Diana Mendez to post a 19-3 record in 2011, one of the best seasons in school history. LU also tallied a 10-1 mark in Southland play for the third time in four seasons, tying for the best conference mark in school history.

Two players, Andrea Martinez and Mariaryeni Gutierrez have taken home the conference’s highest honor, Player of the Year, garnering the award in the 2006 and 2010 seasons, respectively. Last season, Wong’s team experienced a tremendous run of success at home, reeling off seven consecutive victories in Beaumont before bowing out in a heartbreaker in the conference tournament. Led by All-Southland honorees Carolina Salas and Dariya Dashutina, the Lady Cards posted an impressive 7-2 mark in conference play, leading LU to an 11-9 overall record. With Dashutina and Salas getting a spot on the conference’s second team, it marked the fourth straight 2014 Information Guide

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It was a strong way to end a career for both Harbuzi and Gutierrez, who combined to earn All-SLC honors seven times over those four seasons, with an impressive six on the first team. Gutierrez was also the second player in school history to earn Player of the Year, taking home the award in 2010. Perhaps no two seasons standout as much in Lamar history as those of 2008 and 2009, which saw the Lady Cards run out to a 41-9 record with an eye-popping 20-2 mark in Southland play. In 2008, LU went 24-3, which ranks as the best win percentage in school history, ending with a trip to the NCAA Tournament and conference tournament championship. A season later, the Lady Cards racked up 17 more victories to secure the first back-to-back seasons with 15 or more wins since 1983-84. After going 5-17 and 1-23 in his first two seasons in 2014 Information Guide

Wong’s Year-by-Year 2001 5-17 2-8 2002 1-23 0-10 2003 12-10 3-7 2004 7-14 3-7 2005 14-11 6-4 2006 12-10 6-4 2007 14-10 8-3 2008 24-3 10-1 2009 17-6 10-1 2010 14-9 8-3 2011 19-3 10-1 2012 12-10 7-4 2013 11-9 7-2 TOTAL 162-135 80-55 In addition to Wesbrooks, Wong played for Ken

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As a player, Wong was ranked No. 2 in the state of Texas in men’s 35 singles, and he and his wife were also the top-ranked husband/wife doubles team in the state.

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Wong is a USPTA-certified tennis instructor, and he has worked with nationally-ranked junior players as well as adult teams and both local and national levels.

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A 1997 graduate of Lamar, Wong currently resides in Nederland with his wife, Missy. He has three children – Michael, Sydney and Jayci, and two stepchildren – Brandon and Mindy.

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JON FLANAGAN VOLUNTEER ASSISTANT 13th Season Former Lamar player Jon Flanagan is in his 13th season as a volunteer assistant with the Lady Cardinals tennis team.

ly. In 1979 he went to work for the Sherwin-Williams Paint Co. and is currently the manager for the main branch in Beaumont.

In 2002, Lamar head coach David Coach Wong invited Flanigan to work with his teams as a volunteer assistant. It seems that being a part of a team that is steadily improving year after year is hard to leave, especially when you factor in the winning attitude of the Lady Cardinals.

Flanagan grew up in Beaumont, a member of a prominent tennis family, parents Floyd and Sue as well as brother Kurt and sister Susan were all top ranked local players. He was fortunate to be a scholarship player for Lamar under coach Ron Wesbrooks from 1972-1975, a team that won three consecutive Southland Conference titles.

Flanagan started teaching tennis in the Beaumont Parks and Recreation summer program for three years while in high school. After completing his marketing degree in 1975, he began teaching at the Beaumont Country Club, specializing in junior players. His students included numerous state ranked players, two No. 1 state-ranked players as well as one that was ranked 16th national2014 Information Guide

Flanagan currently resides in Lumberton, Texas, with his wife of more than 30 years, Melinda. Flanagan has two sons Nicholas and Justin and one granddaughter, Kayla.

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NATALIA MAYAGOITIA GRADUATE ASSISTANT First Season After a standout career for head coach David Wong over the past four years, Natalia Mayagoitia joined the staff as a graduate assistant in the fall of 2014.

After graduating from Lamar with a degree in psychology, Mayagoitia is currently pursuing a master’s degree in special education.

Mayagoitia, a native of Mexico, picked up 47 career dual victories over her four-year stint with the Lady Cardinals, including a team-leading 13 last spring along with a 7-2 record in Southland play.

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DARIYA DASHUTINA SENIOR

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LAMAR CARDS TENNIS Nguyen of 29th-ranked Rice to start season ... Won three straight matches over teams from McNeese, UCA and ORU late in the season ... Senior • 5-7 • Kharkov, Ukraine Also combined with Alicia Porte for a victory, • Earned Second Team All-Southland honors in beating SFA’s Kateryna Bugayenko and Valeria 2013 after compiling a 6-2 conference record. Terentyeva. • Finished opening campaign in Beaumont with 21 victories, including 11 in the spring season. Fall 2012 • Teamed with Alicia Porte to take home 2013 Compiled 10-6 singles record in her first season Houston Cougar Classic Flight Three crown. in Beaumont ... Posted a perfect 3-0 record at the Ragin’ Cajun Women’s Tennis Classic, Fall 2013 picking up victories over over Sarah Kriem of Posted 6-4 record in singles ... Started season Southeastern Louisiana, Hannah Appleyard with three straight victories at the Islanders of Louisiana and Chiara Stefanov of Arkansas Open, beating Incarnate Word’s Jennifer BetanState ... Also won over Sam Houston State’s court and both Celia Rodriguez and Sandra Sheridan Currie, Nicholls’ Rachel Howie, LiberBurges from Texas A&M-Corpus Christi ... Also ty’s Cameron Richard, Texas State’s Katy Collins picked up a pair of victories at the Lady Demon and both Nicole Breaux and Melissa Burckhartt Invitational with decisions over Nicole Breaux of Louisiana ... Went 6-8 in doubles play ... of Louisiana and Laura Servise of Stephen F. Posted a 2-1 record with Natalia Mayagoitia at Austin ... Closed out season with a win over the Golden Eagles Halloween Classic ... Teamed SFA’s Julia Lorca at the Cougar Classic ... Paired with Alessandra Pennesi to go 1-3 ... Also up with Alicia Porte to take home the Flight picked up doubles wins with both Lara Bogdan Three title at the Cougar Classic, beating teams and Alicia Porte. from Rice, Prairie View and Kansas ... Also won a pair of matches with Robyn Summers, SEWARD COUNTY COMMUNITY beating two teams from Grambling State at the SCHOOL Lady Demon invite. 2011-12 Recorded eight wins and five losses in the Spring 2013 spring, and took home the consolation title Named Second Team All-Southland ... Put at the national tournament ... Completed the together 11-8 singles record with a 6-2 conferfall season ranked 11th in singles and 16th in ence mark ... Played most of the season at No. doubles by the ITA. 3 position, finishing 8-4 ... Won seven of last eight matches to close out the year, beating 2010-11 Anastasia Surkova (McNeese State), Kristina Finished the spring 5-4 in singles play, and 7-4 Horsikyan (Central Arkansas), Marizanne Bouwin doubles. ... Was ranked 13th in singles and er (Oral Roberts), Natalya Krutova (Northwest11th in doubles. ern State), Margot de Haan (Stephen F. Austin) and Imke Jagau (Sam Houston State) twice ... Personal Won a match apiece at positions 4-6 ... Paired Born Dariya Dashutina on February 5, 1994 up primarily with Natalia Mayagoitia in No. 3 ... Daughter of Dmytro Zhuperin and Tatiana doubles, posting an 8-7 record and a 4-3 SLC Dashutina. mark ... Beat Kimberly Anicete and Stephanie

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Year Overall Dual Tourn. SLC 2012-13 21-14 11-8 10-6 6-2 2013-14 6-4 -- 6-4 -- TOTAL 27-18 11-8 16-10 6-2

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ALICIA PORTE SENIOR

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LAMAR CARDS TENNIS Fall 2012 Put together a 9-7 record in singles play ... Picked up wins over Claire Mulyadi (Chattanooga), CaroSenior • 5-8 • Marseille, France line Magnusson (Tulane), Janie Nowland (Arkansas • Enters season as the most senior player on the State), Sophie van den Aarssen (Louisiana), Natalia team, boasting of 25 career dual singles Cardiff (Nicholls), Allison Murphy (Central Arkansas), Charlotte Phillips (Houston) and Valerie Thong (Lib victories and 28 in doubles. erty) ... Carried 9-8 record in doubles ... Was most • Totaled 21 doubles wins as a junior, including successful with Carolina Masó, going 4-2 with a an impressive 12-5 mark in the spring. berth into the final 16 at the USTA/ITA Texas Region• Went 6-2 in Southland play. al, knocking off the teams of Imke Jagau and Olivia Battye of Sam Houston State and Stephanie Nguyen Fall 2013 and Daniela Trigo of No. 29 Rice in the process ... Put up a 6-7 mark in singles play ... Started season Went 2-1 with both Lara Bogdan and Carolina Salas. off with consolation bracket victory at Islanders Spring 2012 Open, beating both Rafaela Haegele and Francesca Posted 6-16 record in singles competition with a Chaher of St. Edward’s as well as teammate Katya 3-8 mark in Southland play ... Competed primarily Lapayeva ... Won over New Orleans’ Grace Nolan at the Ragin’ Cajun Classic ... Picked up another victory at No. 2, going 3-9 with victories over Southeastern Louisiana’s Laura Verges, UTPA’s Dana Nazarova and at the Lady Demon Invitational, winning against Central Arkansas’ Allison Murphy ... Had three wins Northwestern State’s Petya Simeonova ... Closed and four losses at the fourth spot, beating Brittney out season with a victory over Brittany Harrell of Reed (Abilene Christian), Christine Ngo Gwodog Prairie View A&M at the Cougar Classic ... Teamed (Prairie View A&M) and Tatyana Postnikova (Sam up with Dariya Dashutina to win the third flight at Houston State) ... Compiled 8-12 mark in doubles, the Cougar Classic, beating teams from Rice, Prairie with a record of 5-6 in conference ... Was most View A&M and Kansas. successful with Carolina Salas, going 8-7 at the top Spring 2013 position ... Also played matches with Carolina Masó, Went 9-9 in singles with a 6-2 Southland record ... Alessandra Pennesi and Natalia Mayagoitia. Posted impressive 4-1 mark in fifth position with wins over Rusaura Ramirez-Vega (Troy), Eva Castigli- Spring 2011 Racked up 10 victories with six losses and an 8-2 oni (Nicholls), Olga Leyshyna (Northwestern State) record vs. Southland opponents ... Played all 16 and Valeria Terentyeva (Stephen F. Austin) ... Went matches at the third position ... Knocked off 106th3-3 at the fourth spot, beating McNeese State’s Anranked Andreea Enica of Stephen F. Austin ... Also dreea Nenu, Central Arkansas’ Krizia Buck and Oral Roberts’ Tori Dollar ... Won twice at No. 2, recording beat Gabi Vazquez (UTEP), Nadezhda Dubyanskaya (Sam Houston State), Gabriela Rojas (Texas State), victories against Bailey Van Dyke of Louisiana and Tea Tvrtkovic (McNeese State), Milou Israel (LouisiKayla Martinez of Tarleton State ... Combined priana), Kavya Menon (UTSA), Sumana Kalyanasundmarily with Carolina Masó in doubles, going 11-4 at aram (Nicholls), Martina Rubesova (Northwestern the second position with a 5-2 Southland record ... State) and Kazumi Otani (Central Arkansas) ... Won nine of 10 matches late in the season, beatTeamed up with Natalia Mayagoitia to go 8-10 at ing teams from Louisiana, Illinois State, Arkansas State, Troy, Nicholls, Southeastern Louisiana, Central No. 2 doubles ... Posted 4-7 conference record. Arkansas, Oral Roberts and Sam Houston State ... Posted 1-1 mark with Dariya Dashutina, beating Kat- Personal eryna Bugayenko and Valeria Terentyeva of Stephen Born Alicia Porte on October 16, 1992 in Marseille, France ... Daughter of Gérard and Annie Porte. F. Austin.

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Year Overall Dual Tourn. SLC 2010-11 10-6 10-6 -- 8-2 2011-12 6-16 6-16 -- 3-8 2012-13 18-16 9-9 9-7 6-2 2013-14 6-7 -- 6-7 -- TOTAL 40-45 25-31 15-14 17-12

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LAMAR CARDS TENNIS Fall 2012 Put together 6-5 record in singles play ... Rode victories over Carolin Huerth (Murray State) Junior • 5-2 • Veracruz, Mexico and Iris Van Leeuwen (ULM) to the final match • Spent most of 2013 spring season at No. 2, of the Red Draw at the Golden Eagle Halloween posting 11 wins, including five in conference Invitational, where she knocked off Morgane Charpenne of Southeastern Louisiana to win the play. • Closed out last spring season with six victories fight title ... Also picked up victories over UTEP’s Marie LeBlond, Louisiana’s Sandra Ahlqvist and over her final eight matches. Texas A&M-Kingsville’s Paula Saenz ... Went 9-4 Fall 2013 in doubles competition ... Teamed up with Alicia Went 4-5 in singles play ... Started season with Porte to advance to the Round of 16 at the USTA/ a win over Incarnate Word’s Taryn Strahl at the ITA Texas Regional, posting victories over Imke Islanders Open ... Picked up another victory over Jagau and Olivia Battye of Sam Houston State Sam Houston State’s Bella Costa in the opening and Stephanie Nguyen and Daniela Trigo of Rice round of the USTA/ITA Texas Regional ... Won ... Posted a 5-2 record with Natalia Mayagoitia, twice at the Cougar Classic, beating Natalya Kruincluding a perfect 4-0 mark at the Islander Invitatova of Northwestern State and Monica Pieratt tional, concluding with an 8-2 decision over Sanof Texas State ... Partnered with Hanna Elfving dra Burges and Chelsea Horan of Texas A&M-Corin doubles, posting a 2-7 record ... Began season pus Christi to secure the event’s championship. with a win over UIW’s Brianah Creek and ChristiSpring 2012 na Rodriguez at the Islanders Open and closed it out with a victory against Texas State’s Pippa Carr Compiled 10-12 record with a 5-6 mark in Southland competition ... Played primarily at the third and Katy Collins. position and carried a 7-10 record that included Spring 2013 wins over Natalie Petaia of Sam Houston State, Posted 11-9 singles record with a 5-4 showing in Anastasia Surkova of McNeese State, Janna Southland play ... Played primarily in the second Leeuwerik of Nicholls, Janie Nowland of Arkansas position, going 8-5 ... Closed out campaign with State and Silva Micaela of UTSA ... Also picked up six victories over final eight matches, beating Lara a win at the No. 2 spot, defeating North Texas’ Pujol (McNeese State), Allison Murphy (Central Paula Denuta ... Went 2-1 in the fourth slot, Arkansas), Melanie Marlin (Oral Roberts), Tatiana beating Morgane Dadot of Southeastern LouisiLarina (Northwestern State), Julia Lorca (Stephen ana and Cindy Sands of UTPA ... Put together a F. Austin) and Sheridan Currie (Sam Houston 9-8 mark in doubles play with a 4-5 showing in State) ... Put together 3-4 mark in No. 3 spot, conference play ... Teamed with Helene Czudek to beating Tarleton State’s Melanie Barnes, Louigo 7-2 at the third position, which included a sevsiana’s Nicole Breaux and Illinois State’s Phyllis en-match win streak late in the season ... Joined Tigges ... Teamed up primarily with Alicia Porte in Carolina Salas to go 2-2 at the top spot. doubles, going 11-4 at the second position with a Jean Piaget 5-2 Southland record ... Won nine of 10 matches Ranked 12th in Mexico late in the season, beating teams from Louisiana, Illinois State, Arkansas State, Troy, Nicholls, Personal Southeastern Louisiana, Central Arkansas, Oral Born Carolina Masó on June 5, 1992 in Veracruz, Roberts and Sam Houston State ... Also went 2-1 Mexico ... Daughter of Jose Masó Mortera and N. with Natalia Mayagoitia, beating tandems from Patricia Duarte Loaiza. SFA and SHSU to close out the year.

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Year Overall Dual Tourn. SLC 2011-12 10-12 10-12 -- 5-6 2012-13 17-14 11-9 6-5 5-4 2013-14 4-5 -- 4-5 -- TOTAL 31-31 21-21 10-10 10-10

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HANNA ELFVING FRESHMAN Fall 2013 Went 5-6 in first season in Beaumont ... Kicked off campaign with a win over Incarnate Word’s Andi Botha at the Islanders Open ... Won matches over Houston’s Charlotte Phillips and Sam Houston State’s Imke Jagau at the Lady Demon Invitational ... Handed Botha another loss at the USTA/ITA Texas Regional ... Closed out season with a victory over Eva Dench of Texas State at the Cougar Classic ... Teamed up with Carolina Masó in doubles, posting a 2-7 record ... Began season with a win over UIW’s Brianah Creek and Christina Rodriguez at the Islanders Open and closed it out with a victory against Texas State’s Pippa Carr and Katy Collins.

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Dragonskolan Umeå Put together 150 top three finishes in national events ... Also claimed four regional singles titles and a pair of doubles crowns ... Won regional champions playoff in 2011 ... Member of Swedish national runner-up team in 2010. Personal

Born Hanna J.L. Elfving on March 3, 1994 in Umeå, Sweden ... Daughter of Simon and Jenny Elfving.

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NADIYA KULIBABA FRESHMAN Fall 2013 Put 1-6 record in singles ... Closed out year with a victory over Grambling State’s Alicia Shaw ... Posted 0-5 record in doubles, pairing up with both Dariya Dashutina and Alicia Porte.

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Born Nadiya Kulibaba on June 30, 1995 in Mykolaiv, Ukraine ... Daughter of Sergiy and Maryna Kulibaba.

Gymnasium No. 2 Ranked as high as No. 25 in her native Ukraine ... Regular participant in the National Championships ... Played in the Odessa Tennis League and a pair of ITF Pro Futures tournaments in Turkey.

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KATYA LAPAYEVA FRESHMAN Fall 2013 Posted a 6-7 singles record in her first semester in Beaumont ... Started season off with three wins at the Islanders Open, beating Dionne Sanders of Houston, Brianah Creek of Incarnate Word and Sasha Khadzhyan of St. Edward’s before falling to teammate Alicia Porte in the consolation final ... Picked up a win over Sam Houston State’s Kayla Stevenson at the Lady Demon Invitational ... Earned victories againt Prairie View A&M’s Sydney Thomas and Stephen F. Austin’s Rachel Pierce at the Cougar Classic ... Played primarily with Anna Spengler in doubles, going 3-3 ... Beat Louisiana Tech’s Joanna Nalbroska and Alexandra Starkova at the Lady Demon invite ... Won over Berenice Van den Bergh and Eva Dench of Texas State as well as Julia Lorca and Macarena Sedano Acosta of Stephen F. Austin at the Cougar Classic.

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Gymnasium No. 3 Earned a top eight ranking in her native Belarus ... Took home 10 regional titles ... Part of national runner-up team in 2011. Personal

Born Katsiaryna Lapayeva on August 24, 1996 in Mogilev, Belarus ... Daughter of Heorhi and Tatsiana Lapayeva.

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ANNA SPENGLER FRESHMAN Fall 2013 Put together 4-6 singles record in her first season in Beaumont ... Picked up first career win at the Ragin’ Cajun Classic, beating Southern Mississippi’s Kathrin Waidner ... Doubled her win total a week later at the Lady Demon Invitational with a victory over Amy Williams of Northwestern State ... Closed out season with back-to-back wins against Prairie View A&M’s Christine Ngo Gwodog and Texas State’s Berenice Van den Bergh at the Cougar Classic ... Played primarily with Katya Lapayeva in doubles, going 3-3 ... Beat Louisiana Tech’s Joanna Nalbroska and Alexandra Starkova at the Lady Demon invite ... Won over Van den Bergh and Eva Dench of Texas State as well as Julia Lorca and Macarena Sedano Acosta of Stephen F. Austin at the Cougar Classic.

Goetheschule Earned both an individual and team championship in the German state of Hesse ... Boasts of international experience and a number of individual titles in Germany. Personal

Born Anna Marie Spengler on October 7, 1994 in Essen, Germany ... Daughter of Stefan and Petra Spengler.

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ROBYN SUMMERS FRESHMAN Fall 2013 Recorded 0-8 mark in singles play ... Teamed up with Dariya Dashutina for a couple of doubles wins at the Lady Demon Invitational, beating a pair of duos from Grambling State ... Also played a doubles match with Katya Lapayeva, falling to a tandem from Texas A&M-Corpus Christi at the Islanders Open.

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Born Robyn Gayle Summers on March 3, 1995 in Beaumont, Texas ... Daughter of Jason and Cindy Summers.

West Brook High School Qualified for regionals in 2011, 2012 and 2013 and earned a district title in 2012 ... Also played in the USTA league.

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INDIVIDUAL AWARDS SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS 1983 • 1985

SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONSHIPS

Stephanie Laschka (No. 3) Angie Ryan (No. 4) Adriana Camacho (No. 5) Margit Kumersberger (No. 6) 1989...........................Adriana Camacho (No. 3) 1990......................... Marlene Chumbez (No. 1) Kaye Williams (No. 4) 1991.................................Kaye Williams (No. 3)

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Southland Conference Player of the Year

1988

1990....Marlene Chumbez and Kaye Williams (No. 1)

2006........................................Andrea Martinez 2010................................. Mariaryeni Gutierrez

NAIAW Conference National Championship Doubles Southland Newcomer of the Year 1973.................. Cathy Beene and Linda Rupert TAIAW Championship Singles

2006........................................Pamela Martinez 2012.............................................Carolina Salas

Natalia Mayagoitia (Second Team, No. 4) 2012...Alessandra Pennesi (Second Team, No. 5) Hélène Czudek (Second Team, No. 6) 2012............... Dariya Dashutina (Second Team) Carolina Salas (Second Team)

All-Southland Conference Doubles 1983...Carol Core and Jenny Sheppard (First Team) Anne Loughrey and Cristina Ortega (First Team) 1984....Anne Happonen and Christine Power (First Team) 1985... Judy Flook and Gill Oakenfull (First Team) 1986.... Marie Farrar and Donna Van Auken (First Team) 2005....Andrea Martinez and Tara Shelander (First Team, No. 1) 2006....Andrea Martinez and Tara Shelander (First Team, No. 1) 2008... Andrea Martinez and Mariaryeni Gutierrez (Second Team, No.1) Salina Aranda and Kaltrina Harbuzi (Second Team, No. 3) 2010... Mariaryeni Gutierrez and Manijee Ashrafi (Second Team, No. 1) 2011... Mariaryeni Gutierrez and Kaltrina Harbuzi (Second Team, No. 1) 2013...Hélène Czudek and Carolina Salas (Second Team)

American South Conference Most Valuable Player Southland Conference 1970...............................................Cathy Beene 1990..................................... Marlene Chumbez Freshman of the Year 1971...............................................Cathy Beene 2007......................................... Kaltrina Harbuzi All-American South Conference 1972.............................................. Linda Rupert 2008................................. Mariaryeni Gutierrez Singles 1973.............................................. Linda Rupert 1988................................ Isabel Coetzer (No. 2) All-Southland Conference TAIAW Stefanie Laschka (No. 3) Singles Championship Doubles 1983......................Christine Power (First Team) Angie Ryan (No. 4) 1972.................. Cathy Beene and Linda Rupert 1973.................. Cathy Beene and Linda Rupert

Southland Conference Championship Singles 1983..............................Christine Power (No. 1) Cristina Ortega (No. 2) Jean Schalk (No. 3) Carol Core (No. 6) 1984..............................Christine Power (No. 2) Cheryl Simcox (No. 4) Jenny Sheppard (No. 5) 1985.....................................Jean Schalk (No. 2) Gill Oakenfull (No. 4) Carol Core (No. 5) Donna Van Auken (No. 6) 1986................................ Isabel Coetzer (No. 5) 1987...........................Adriana Camacho (No. 2)

Southland Conference Championship Doubles 1983..... Carol Core and Jenny Sheppard (No. 1) Anne Loughrey and Cristina Ortega (No. 3) 1984...Anna Happonen and Christine Power (No. 3) 1985.........Judy Flook and Gill Oakenfull (No. 3) 1986... Marie Farrar and Donna Van Auken (No. 3)

American South Conference Championship Singles 1988................................ Isabel Coetzer (No. 2)

Cristina Ortega (First Team) Jean Schalk (First Team) Carol Core (First Team) 1984......................Christine Power (First Team) Cheryl Simcox (First Team) Jenny Sheppard (First Team) 1985.............................Jean Schalk (First Team) Gill Oakenfull (First Team) Carol Core (First Team) Donna Van Auken (First Team) 1986.........................Isabel Coetzer (First Team) 1987...................Adriana Camacho (First Team) Isabel Coetzer (First Team) Marie Farrar (First Team) 2000......Barbara Schraml (Second Team, No. 1) Alta Wentzel (Second Team, No. 4) 2002.............Catalina Paz (Second Team, No. 1) 2004.....Andrea Martinez (Second Team, No. 4) 2005.....Andrea Martinez (Second Team, No. 1) 2006..........Andrea Martinez (First Team, No. 1) 2008... Mariaryeni Gutierrez (First Team, No. 2) Kaltrina Harbuzi (First Team, No. 3) Manami Kuroda (Second Team, No. 6) 2009... Mariaryeni Gutierrez (First Team, No. 2) 2010... Mariaryeni Gutierrez (First Team, No. 1) Kaltrina Harbuzi (First Team, No. 2) 2011........... Kaltrina Harbuzi (First Team, No. 2) Diana Mendez (First Team, No. 5) Mariaryeni Gutierrez (Second Team, No. 1)

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Adriana Camacho (No. 5) Margit Kumersberger (No. 6) 1989...........................Adriana Camacho (No. 3) 1990......................... Marlene Chumbez (No. 1) Kaye Williams (No. 4) 1991.................................Kaye Williams (No. 1)

All-American South Conference Doubles 1988... Isabel Coetzer and Stefanie Laschka (No. 2) 1988... Margit Kumersberger and Adriana Camacho (No. 3) 1990....Marlene Chumbez and Kaye Williams (No. 1)

All-Sun Belt Conference Singles 1992................................................ Nadio Rossi 1996................................................ Linda Jones 1997.............................................. Julie Lagarde 1998.............................................. Julie Lagarde

All-Sun Belt Conference Doubles 1992.................. Kelly Marshall and Vicky Watts

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LAMAR CARDS TENNIS

YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1976 Overall Record: 3-4-1 Head Coach: Raye Holt

1987 Overall Record: 14-11 Head Coach: Debby Ghezzi

1977 Overall Record: 3-4 Head Coach: Raye Holt

1988 Overall Record: 12-6 American South Conference Champions Head Coach: Debby Ghezzi

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1978 Overall Record: Not Available Head Coach: Linda Thomas (No results available)

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1979 Overall Record: Not Available Head Coach: Linda Thomas (No results available)

1990 Overall Record: 5-12 Head Coach: Carol Core (No results available)

1980 Overall Record: Not Available Head Coach: Linda Thomas (No results available)

1991 Overall Record: 6-10 Head Coach: Carol Core (No results available)

1981 Overall Record: 13-15 Head Coach: Debby Ghezzi (No results available)

1992 Overall Record: 8-7 Head Coach: Tim Calhoun (No results available)

1982 Overall Record: 10-18 Head Coach: Debby Ghezzi (No results available)

1983 Overall Record: 26-9 Southland Conference Champions Head Coach: Debby Ghezzi (No results available)

1984 Overall Record: 21-12 Head Coach: Debby Ghezzi (No results available)

1985 Overall Record: 9-11 Southland Conference Champions Head Coach: Debby Ghezzi (No results available)

1986 Overall Record: 7-11 Head Coach: Debby Ghezzi (No results available)

1989 Overall Record: 3-10 Head Coach: Carol Core

1993 Overall Record: 6-16 Head Coach: Tim Calhoun

Northwestern State.................L, 1-6 UTPA.........................................L, 2-7 Louisiana...................................L, 2-7 Nicholls.....................................L, 4-5 at Rice.......................................L, 0-9 at Baylor....................................L, 1-8 at Houston................................L, 2-7 vs. Freed-Hardeman................L, 4-5 vs. New Orleans.....................W, 6-1 vs. Arkansas State.....................L, 1-6 UTEP.......................................W, 5-0 Southeastern Louisiana...........L, 3-5 Georgia Tech.............................L, 1-8 at San Jacinto............................L, 4-5 UTSA.........................................L, 2-5 at Tulane...................................L, 0-9 South Alabama.........................L, 0-6 Tyler Junior College..................L, 0-5 UALR.......................................W, 5-4 Sun Belt Championships............. 3-1

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1994 Overall Record: 11-14 Head Coach: Claire Pollard

vs. New Orleans +..................W, 5-1 vs. Jacksonville +.....................W, 5-4 at Nicholls.................................L, 3-6 at Southeastern Louisiana.......L, 3-6 LSU............................................L, 0-9 at ULM $...................................L, 1-8 vs. Centenary $.........................L, 1-8 vs. Tulane $...............................L, 0-6 Sam Houston State................W, 9-0 vs. Centenary %........................L, 1-8 vs. Arkansas State %.................L, 0-9 at Northwestern State %.........L, 2-7 at Tulsa......................................L, 2-7 WKU........................................W, 9-0 McNeese State.......................W, 5-1 Stephen F. Austin...................W, 6-3 at UT Arlington.........................L, 2-7 vs. SMU !...................................L, 0-6 UTPA ^....................................W, 8-1 Louisiana Tech ^.......................L, 4-5 New Orleans ^........................W, 9-0 UTPA ^....................................W, 8-1 vs. Arkansas State #..................L, 1-5 vs. Jacksonville #.....................W, 5-3 vs. Louisiana Tech #................W, 5-4

+ - Sun Belt Mini-Series (Mobile, Ala.) $ - ULM Quad Meet (Monroe, La.) % - Northwestern State Quad Meet (Natchitoches, La.) ! - Houston, Texas ^ - Lamar Quad Meet (Beaumont, Texas) # - Sun Belt Championship (Little Rock, Ark.)

1995 Overall Record: 8-15 Head Coach: Claire Pollard

at McNeese State.....................L, 3-6 UTSA +......................................L, 0-6 Centenary +..............................L, 1-5 North Texas...............................L, 2-7 at LSU........................................L, 0-9 at Stephen F. Austin...............W, 6-3 UT Arlington.............................L, 3-6 at Sam Houston State..............L, 4-5 at New Orleans $......................L, 3-6 vs. Spring Hill $.......................W, 9-0 vs. Grambling State $.............W, 9-0 vs. WKU %...............................W, 7-2 at UALR %.................................L, 0-6 vs. Oral Roberts %....................L, 4-5 UTPA +......................................L, 3-6 Louisiana Tech +.......................L, 1-5 South Alabama +......................L, 0-6

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Texas Southern.......................W, 5-0 McNeese State.......................W, 6-3 vs. UTPA #...............................W, 5-2 vs. South Alabama #................L, 0-6 vs. Louisiana Tech #..................L, 4-5 vs. Jacksonville #.......................L, 1-5

+ - Lamar Quad Meets (Beaumont, Texas) $ - New Orleans Quad Meet (New Orleans, La.) % - UALR Quad Meet (Little Rock, Ark.) # - Sun Belt Championship (Lafayette, La.)

1996 Overall Record: 10-8 Head Coach: Claire Pollard

Texas Southern.......................W, 7-0 McNeese State.......................W, 6-3 at Southern.............................W, 6-0 vs. William Carey +.................W, 8-1 at UT Arlington.........................L, 2-7 at Texas State............................L, 3-6 at UTSA.....................................L, 3-6 at Centenary.............................L, 4-5 vs. Grambling State $.............W, 6-0 Sam Houston State................W, 6-3 at Stephen F. Austin...............W, 5-4 UTPA %...................................W, 5-2 Louisiana Tech %......................L, 3-5 New Orleans %.........................L, 3-5 at McNeese State...................W, 7-2 vs. Arkansas State #..................L, 1-5 vs. Jacksonville #.......................L, 1-5 vs. Louisiana Tech #................W, 5-1

+ - Baton Rouge, La. $ - Shreveport, La. % - Lamar Quad Meet (Beaumont, Texas) # - Sun Belt Championship (Mobile, Ala.)

1997 Overall Record: 13-8 Head Coach: Claire Pollard

Texas Southern.......................W, 7-0 at McNeese State...................W, 7-0 UT Arlington...........................W, 9-0 vs. UAB +.................................W, 7-0 UTSA.......................................W, 8-1 Centenary...............................W, 8-1 at ULM......................................L, 1-5 Texas State..............................W, 7-2 Southern.................................W, 9-0 Louisiana Tech $.....................W, 9-0 UTPA $....................................W, 9-0 Southeastern Louisiana $......W, 5-1 at Tulane...................................L, 3-5 vs. South Alabama %...............L, 3-6 at New Orleans %...................W, 5-1


LAMAR CARDS TENNIS

YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS

at Sam Houston State............W, 7-0 at UALR...................................W, 6-0 vs. WKU !................................W, 9-0 Stephen F. Austin...................W, 8-1 vs. WKU #...............................W, 8-0 vs. Arkansas State #..................L, 4-5 vs. Louisiana #........................W, 5-1

+ - Houston, Texas $ - Lamar Quad Meet (Beaumont, Texas) % - New Orleans Quad Meet (New Orleans, La.) ! - Little Rock, Ark # - Sun Belt Championship (Mobile, Ala.)

1998 Overall Record: 15-8 Head Coach: Claire Pollard 02.04 02.14 02.15 02.20 02.21 02.27 02.28 03.01 03.04 03.13 03.15 03.16 03.17 03.28 03.30 04.01 04.03 04.03 04.04 04.08 04.16 04.17 04.18

McNeese State.......................W, 7-2 at North Texas........................W, 8-1 at UT Arlington.......................W, 6-0 Tyler Junior College................W, 6-3 at Southeastern Louisiana.....W, 6-0 at UTSA.....................................L, 3-6 at Texas State..........................W, 8-1 Nicholls.....................................L, 3-6 Sam Houston State................W, 9-0 Arkansas State........................W, 5-4 at South Alabama.....................L, 0-9 at Florida A&M.......................W, 9-0 at Jacksonville.........................W, 5-4 at Rice.......................................L, 1-8 ULM........................................W, 5-4 Louisiana...................................L, 3-6 New Orleans +........................W, 6-0 UTPA +....................................W, 9-0 Louisiana Tech +.....................W, 6-0 at Stephen F. Austin.................L, 4-5 vs. New Orleans #..................W, 6-0 vs. Louisiana #..........................L, 1-5 vs. Arkansas State #..................L, 2-5

+ - Lamar Quad Meet (Beaumont, Texas) # - Sun Belt Championship (Mobile, Ala.)

1999 Overall Record: 10-15 Southland: 6-4 Head Coach: Tom Lowry 01.31 01.31 02.11 02.12 02.13 02.20 02.21 02.27 02.28

at Rice.......................................L, 0-9 at Houston................................L, 0-9 at UALR.....................................L, 0-6 at Memphis..............................L, 1-8 at Arkansas State......................L, 0-9 Centenary...............................W, 7-2 North Texas...............................L, 4-5 vs. New Mexico State +............L, 0-9 vs. Montana State +.................L, 4-5

03.06 03.06 03.13 03.14 03.20 03.21 03.23 03.25 03.27 03.27 04.03 04.04 04.08 04.10 04.11 04.15

Texas A&M-Corpus Christi.....W, 8-1 Stephen F. Austin *................W, 6-3 Sam Houston State *.............W, 7-2 UT Arlington *..........................L, 1-8 at UTSA *..................................L, 2-7 at Texas State *.......................W, 5-4 at McNeese State *..................L, 1-8 Troy...........................................L, 1-8 ULM *.....................................W, 9-0 Tyler Junior College..................L, 2-7 at Nicholls *..............................L, 4-5 at Southeastern Louisiana *....W, 9-0 at Louisiana............................W, 5-4 at New Orleans.......................W, 5-4 Northwestern State *............W, 5-4 vs. UTSA #.................................L, 0-5

* - Southland match + - San Antonio, Texas # - Southland Championship (Arlington, Texas)

2000 Overall Record: 12-13 Southland: 7-3 Head Coach: Tom Lowry 02.01 02.05 02.05 02.18 02.19 02.26 02.26 02.27 03.04 03.05 03.11 03.12 03.18 03.19 03.25 03.26 03.28 03.31 04.01 04.02 04.04 04.07 04.09 04.13 04.14

at No. 18 Baylor........................L, 0-9 Louisiana Tech........................W, 6-3 Centenary...............................W, 9-0 at No. 26 TCU...........................L, 2-7 at No. 65 SMU..........................L, 0-9 at Texas A&M-Corpus Christi....W, 2-7 vs. UTPA +...............................W, 9-0 at No. 61 Rice...........................L, 1-8 Southeastern Louisiana *......W, 7-2 Nicholls *................................W, 9-0 at Northwestern State *........W, 6-3 at ULM *.................................W, 5-4 Texas State *...........................W, 5-4 UTSA *......................................L, 3-6 at No. 63 UT Arlington *..........L, 1-8 at Stephen F. Austin *..............L, 3-6 Louisiana...................................L, 2-7 Texas Tech.................................L, 3-6 New Orleans.............................L, 3-6 McNeese State *....................W, 9-0 at Sam Houston State *.........W, 6-3 at Abilene Christian..................L, 3-6 at North Texas..........................L, 2-7 vs. ULM #................................W, 5-4 at UT Arlington #......................L, 0-5

* - Southland match + - Corpus Christi, Texas # - Southland Championship (Arlington, Texas)

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2001 Overall Record: 5-17 Southland: 2-8 Head Coach: David Wong 02.04 02.04 02.10 02.10 02.14 02.14 02.18 02.23 02.24 02.25 03.04 03.06 03.10 03.11 03.24 03.25 03.31 04.01 04.03 04.04 04.07 04.08

at Centenary...........................W, 6-3 at Louisiana Tech....................W, 6-1 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi.......L, 1-4 North Texas...............................L, 1-6 at Rice.......................................L, 0-7 at Texas Southern.................. W, def. UTPA.........................................L, 2-5 at Memphis..............................L, 0-7 vs. Tennessee Tech +................L, 2-5 at Arkansas State......................L, 1-6 at Stephen F. Austin *..............L, 2-5 at McNeese State *..................L, 2-5 Northwestern State *..............L, 2-5 ULM *.......................................L, 2-5 Southeastern Louisiana *........L, 0-7 Nicholls *................................W, 6-1 at No. 73 UTSA *......................L, 2-5 at Texas State *.......................W, 5-2 at Sam Houston State *...........L, 2-5 at UT Arlington *......................L, 0-7 at New Orleans.........................L, 0-7 at Louisiana..............................L, 0-7

* - Southland match + - Memphis, Tenn.

2002 Overall Record: 1-23 Southland: 0-10 Head Coach: David Wong 01.25 01.26 02.01 02.02 02.03 02.09 02.09 02.16 02.16 03.09 03.10 03.16 03.17 03.23 03.24 03.27 04.02 04.05 04.05 04.06 04.07 04.11

vs. Arkansas State +..................L, 0-7 at UALR.....................................L, 0-6 at UTPA.....................................L, 1-6 vs. Texas A&M-Corpus Christi...L, 1-6 at Rice.......................................L, 0-7 Texas Southern.......................W, 7-0 vs. Cincinnati $.........................L, 0-7 vs. Tennessee State %..............L, 0-7 at Troy.......................................L, 0-7 McNeese State *......................L, 1-6 Louisiana Tech..........................L, 2-4 Nicholls *..................................L, 1-6 Southeastern Louisiana *........L, 3-4 at Northwestern State *..........L, 1-6 at ULM *...................................L, 1-6 at No. 18 Baylor........................L, 0-7 Stephen F. Austin *..................L, 1-6 IUPUI.........................................L, 2-5 Centenary.................................L, 3-4 UTSA *......................................L, 2-5 Texas State *.............................L, 1-6 at Louisiana..............................L, 0-6

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04.13 at Sam Houston State *...........L, 2-5 04.14 at UT Arlington *......................L, 0-7 * - Southland match + - Little Rock, Ark. $ - Houston, Texas % - Troy, Ala.

2003 Overall Record: 12-10 Southland: 3-7 Head Coach: David Wong 01.25 01.25 02.01 02.01 02.02 02.08 02.08 02.16 03.15 03.16 03.17 03.19 03.22 03.23 03.24 03.25 03.29 03.30 04.05 04.06 04.12 04.13

UTPA.......................................W, 6-1 Alcorn State............................W, 7-0 at Trinity....................................L, 2-7 vs. Schreiner +........................W, 6-0 at St. Edward’s..........................L, 2-7 vs. Alabama A&M $...............W, 4-0 at Alcorn State........................W, 4-0 Southern................................ W, def. at Texas State *.........................L, 2-5 at UTSA *..................................L, 0-7 Vermont . ...............................W, 5-2 Prairie View A&M...................W, 7-0 UT Arlington *..........................L, 1-6 Sam Houston State *.............W, 5-2 at SMU......................................L, 0-7 at McNeese State *..................L, 2-5 Stephen F. Austin *................W, 4-3 at Centenary...........................W, 7-0 at Nicholls *............................W, 7-0 at Southeastern Louisiana *....L, 2-5 ULM *.......................................L, 0-7 Northwestern State *..............L, 2-5

* - Southland match + - San Antonio, Texas $ - Lorman, Miss.

2004 Overall Record: 7-14 Southland: 3-7 Head Coach: David Wong 01.18 01.31 02.01 02.21 03.05 03.06 03.07 03.12 03.13 03.16 03.20 03.21 03.21 03.27

at SMU......................................L, 0-7 vs. Texas Southern +...............W, 7-0 Houston....................................L, 0-7 Centenary...............................W, 4-3 UALR.........................................L, 0-6 Southeastern Louisiana *........L, 2-5 Nicholls *................................W, 6-1 at Louisiana Tech......................L, 3-4 at Northwestern State *..........L, 3-4 McNeese State *......................L, 3-4 Texas State *.............................L, 1-6 UTSA *......................................L, 2-5 Prairie View A&M...................W, 7-0 at UT Arlington *......................L, 0-7


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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 03.28 04.02 04.04 04.08 04.13 04.17 04.18

at Stephen F. Austin *..............L, 2-5 at Texas A&M-Corpus Christi....L, 3-4 at Sam Houston State *.........W, 5-2 UTPA.......................................W, 6-1 vs. ULM * $.............................W, 5-2 UTEP.........................................L, 1-6 Louisiana...................................L, 2-5

* - Southland match + - Baytown, Texas $ - Nacogdoches, Texas

2005 Overall Record: 14-11 Southland: 6-4 Head Coach: David Wong 01.22 02.04 02.06 02.12 02.18 02.19 02.19 02.20 03.05 03.06 03.12 03.13 03.13 03.19 03.20 03.25 04.02 04.02 04.03 04.07 04.09 04.10 04.15 04.17 04.22

at No. 67 Rice...........................L, 0-7 at New Mexico State................L, 1-6 vs. Air Force +...........................L, 3-4 vs. Southern Miss $..................L, 0-7 at Centenary...........................W, 6-1 at Alcorn State........................W, 7-0 vs. Samford %.........................W, 5-2 vs. Grambling State !..............W, 7-0 at McNeese State *..................L, 2-5 at Stephen F. Austin *............W, 5-2 Northwestern State *............W, 6-1 ULM *.....................................W, 4-3 Prairie View A&M...................W, 7-0 at UT Arlington *......................L, 3-4 at Sam Houston State *.........W, 4-3 Abilene Christian....................W, 4-3 Southeastern Louisiana *........L, 1-6 UTPA.......................................W, 7-0 Nicholls *................................W, 7-0 at Louisiana..............................L, 3-4 at UTSA *................................W, 4-3 at Texas State *.........................L, 3-4 Texas A&M-Christian Corpus....W, 5-2 at No. 70 Houston....................L, 1-5 vs. Sam Houston State #..........L, 1-4

* - Southland match + - El Paso, Texas $ - Lafayette, La. % - Lorman, Miss. ! - Alexandria, La. # - Southland Championship (San Antonio, Texas)

2006 Overall Record: 12-10 Southland: 6-4 Head Coach: David Wong 01.20 01.21 02.05 02.11

vs. Texas A&M-Corpus Christi +....W, 4-3 at No. 51 Rice...........................L, 0-6 at St. Edward’s $.....................W, 7-0 at UTPA...................................W, 7-0

02.14 02.17 02.26 03.07 03.11 03.18 03.19 03.24 03.25 03.26 04.01 04.02 04.08 04.09 04.14 04.15 04.28 04.29

Louisiana...................................L, 3-4 Centenary...............................W, 7-0 at No. 43 LSU............................L, 1-6 Stephen F. Austin *................W, 5-2 McNeese State *....................W, 4-3 Nicholls *................................W, 5-1 Southeastern Louisiana *........L, 2-5 vs. UALR %................................L, 0-5 vs. West Virginia %.................W, 4-2 at Southern Miss......................L, 1-5 UTSA *....................................W, 5-2 Texas State *.............................L, 3-4 at Sam Houston State *...........L, 3-4 at UT Arlington *......................L, 2-5 at ULM *.................................W, 6-1 at Northwestern State *........W, 6-1 vs. ULM #................................W, 4-3 at UT Arlington #......................L, 2-4

* - Southland match + - Houston, Texas $ - Edinburg, Texas % - Hattiesburg, Miss. # - Southland Championship (Arlington, Texas)

2007 Overall Record: 14-10 Southland: 8-3 Head Coach: David Wong 01.19 01.20 01.26 01.27 01.28 02.15 02.23 02.24 02.26 03.10 03.11 03.11 03.16 03.17 03.24 03.25 04.01 04.06 04.09 04.14 04.15 04.17 04.20 04.21

vs. Oral Roberts +...................W, 7-0 at UALR...................................W, 4-2 vs. North Florida $....................L, 2-4 at UTEP...................................W, 6-1 vs. UTPA $...............................W, 6-1 at Louisiana..............................L, 1-6 vs. No. 45 SMU %.....................L, 0-4 at No. 49 Tulsa..........................L, 0-4 vs. No. 50 Wichita State %.......L, 0-4 Northwestern State *............W, 4-2 Central Arkansas *.................W, 5-2 Prairie View A&M...................W, 5-2 at McNeese State *................W, 6-1 Arkansas State..........................L, 3-4 at No. 59 Southeastern Louisiana *....L, 0-7 at Nicholls *............................W, 5-2 Sam Houston State *...............L, 3-4 at Texas State *.......................W, 5-2 at UT Arlington *......................L, 1-5 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi *....W, 5-2 UTSA *....................................W, 4-3 Stephen F. Austin *................W, 6-1 vs. Texas State #......................W, 4-3 vs. Southeastern Louisiana #....L, 0-5

* - Southland match + - Little Rock, Ark. $ - El Paso, Texas

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2008

01.26 01.26 01.27 02.22 02.29 03.01 03.07 03.08 03.09 03.11 03.13 03.15 03.17 03.20 03.27 03.29 04.01 04.02 04.05 04.06 04.12 04.13 04.16 04.25 04.26 04.27 05.09

Overall Record: 24-3 Southland: 10-1 Southland Tournament Champions Head Coach: David Wong vs. Louisiana Tech +................W, 7-0 vs. Prairie View A&M +..........W, 7-0 at Rice.......................................L, 2-5 Alcorn State............................W, 7-0 at Stephen F. Austin *............W, 6-1 at Sam Houston State *.........W, 7-0 UT Arlington *........................W, 7-0 Texas State *...........................W, 6-1 New Mexico State *...............W, 4-3 at North Florida......................W, 5-2 at Florida A&M.......................W, 7-0 vs. Cameron $.........................W, 7-0 Marist......................................W, 7-0 McNeese State *....................W, 7-0 at UTPA...................................W, 4-3 at UTSA *................................W, 6-1 vs. Laredo Community College....W, 4-1 Lee...........................................W, 6-1 Southeastern Louisiana *........L, 2-5 Nicholls *................................W, 7-0 at Northwestern State *........W, 6-1 at Central Arkansas *.............W, 7-0 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi *....W, 4-0 vs. UT Arlington #...................W, 4-0 vs. Northwestern State #.......W, 4-0 vs. Southeastern Louisiana #...W, 4-2 at Fresno State &......................L, 0-4

* - Southland match + - Houston, Texas $ - Pensacola, Fla. # - Southland Championship (Nacogdoches, Texas) & - NCAA Tournament (Fresno, Calif.)

2009 Overall Record: 17-6 Southland: 10-1 Head Coach: David Wong 01.16 02.14 02.15 02.26 02.28 03.01 03.07 03.08 03.10 03.14

at Rice.......................................L, 0-7 at ULM......................................L, 3-4 at Alcorn State........................W, 5-2 Prairie View A&M...................W, 6-1 vs Sam Houston State *.........W, 5-2 vs. Stephen F. Austin *...........W, 7-0 at Texas State *.......................W, 4-3 at UT Arlington *......................L, 1-6 at North Texas..........................L, 3-4 at McNeese State *................W, 6-1

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03.20 03.21 03.22 03.26 03.28 04.04 04.05 04.10 04.11 04.14 04.18 04.24 04.25

at Southern Miss....................W, 6-1 vs. Troy +...................................L, 3-4 vs. West Virginia +..................W, 5-2 UTPA.......................................W, 7-0 UTSA *....................................W, 4-3 Northwestern State *............W, 4-3 Central Arkansas *.................W, 7-0 at Southeastern Louisiana *....W, 5-2 at Nicholls *............................W, 6-0 Lee...........................................W, 6-1 at Texas A&M-Corpus Christi *....W, 4-3 at Texas A&M Corpus Christi #....W, 4-1 vs. UTSA #.................................L, 3-4

* - Southland match + - Hattiesburg, Miss. # - Corpus Christi, Texas

2010 Overall Record: 14-9 Southland: 8-3 Head Coach: David Wong 02.05 02.05 02.07 02.13 02.14 02.15 02.19 02.20 02.21 02.27 02.28 03.01 03.19 03.21 03.27 03.28 04.02 04.03 04.10 04.11 04.17 04.23 04.24

St. Edward’s............................W, 6-1 Tyler Junior College................W, 7-0 ULM..........................................L, 2-5 Nicholls *................................W, 7-0 Prairie View A&M...................W, 4-0 Southern Miss..........................L, 2-5 at UTEP.....................................L, 3-4 at New Mexico State................L, 2-5 vs. Colorado State +...............W, 5-2 at Northwestern State *..........L, 2-5 at Central Arkansas *.............W, 7-0 at Arkansas State....................W, 4-3 McNeese State *....................W, 5-2 at North Texas..........................L, 1-5 Texas State *.............................L, 3-4 UT Arlington *..........................L, 2-5 at UTSA *................................W, 7-0 at Texas A&M-Corpus Christi *....W, 6-1 at Sam Houston State *.........W, 6-1 at Stephen F. Austin *............W, 5-2 Southeastern Louisiana *......W, 5-2 vs. Sam Houston State #........W, 4-1 vs. Northwestern State #.........L, 0-4

* - Southland match + - Las Cruces, N.M. # - Southland Championship (Corpus Christi, Texas)


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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 2011 Overall Record: 19-3 Southland: 10-1 Head Coach: David Wong 02.11 02.12 02.19 02.20 02.26 02.27 03.05 03.06 03.09 03.12 03.13 03.18 03.19 03.26 04.02 04.03 04.09 04.10 04.16 04.17 04.29 04.30

UTEP.......................................W, 6-1 Tyler Junior College................W, 5-2 Prairie View A&M...................W, 7-0 Arkansas State........................W, 4-3 at South Alabama...................W, 7-0 at Southern Miss....................W, 4-3 Sam Houston State *.............W, 6-1 No .71 Stephen F. Austin *.....W, 7-0 at TCU.......................................L, 2-5 at Texas State *.......................W, 7-0 at No. 63 UT Arlington *..........L, 2-5 Cleveland State.......................W, 5-2 at McNeese State *................W, 7-0 at Louisiana............................W, 6-1 vs. UTSA *...............................W, 7-0 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi *....W, 5-2 at Southeastern Louisiana *....W, 7-0 at Nicholls *............................W, 6-1 vs. Northwestern State *.......W, 5-2 vs. Central Arkansas *............W, 7-0 vs. Sam Houston State #........W, 4-1 vs. Northwestern State #.........L, 1-4

* - Southland match # - Southland Championship (San Antonio, Texas)

2012 Overall Record: 12-10 Southland: 7-4 Head Coach: David Wong 01.20 01.21 01.29 02.12 02.12 03.03 03.04 03.10 03.16 03.18 03.21 03.24 03.24 03.30 03.31 04.01 04.06 04.07 04.09 04.14 04.15 04.26

* - Southland match + - Prairie View, Texas # - Southland Championship (Nacogdoches, Texas)

2013 Overall Record: 11-9 Southland: 7-2 Head Coach: David Wong 01.18 01.20 02.01 02.03 02.15 02.23 02.24 03.03 03.12 03.14 03.16 03.17 03.21 03.29 03.30 04.06 04.07 04.13 04.14 04.26

at Rice.......................................L, 1-6 vs. Arkansas +...........................L, 0-7 at Tarleton..............................W, 7-0 at North Texas..........................L, 0-7 Louisiana.................................W, 6-1 vs. Illinois State $....................W, 5-2 at UTEP.....................................L, 2-4 Arkansas State........................W, 6-1 at South Alabama.....................L, 2-5 vs. Troy %..................................L, 2-4 at Nicholls *............................W, 4-3 at Southeastern Louisiana *....L, 1-6 McNeese State *....................W, 5-2 Central Arkansas *.................W, 7-0 Oral Roberts *........................W, 7-0 at Sam Houston State *.........W, 4-3 at Texas A&M-Corpus Christi *....L, 3-4 Northwestern State *............W, 4-3 Stephen F. Austin *................W, 7-0 Sam Houston State #...............L, 3-4

* - Southland match + - Houston, Texas $ - El Paso, Texas % - Mobile, Ala. # - Southland Championship (Beaumont, Texas)

at Rice.......................................L, 0-7 North Texas...............................L, 2-5 at TCU.......................................L, 1-6 vs. Abilene Christian...............W, 5-2 at Prairie View A&M..............W, 7-0 Texas State *.............................L, 2-5 UT Arlington *..........................L, 2-5 at Sam Houston State *.........W, 7-0 McNeese State *....................W, 6-1 South Alabama.........................L, 1-6 at Stephen F. Austin *..............L, 1-6 Southeastern Louisiana *......W, 7-0 UTPA.......................................W, 7-0 vs. Tulane..................................L, 1-5 at Louisiana............................W, 5-2 Nicholls *................................W, 4-3 at Northwestern State *........W, 5-2 at Central Arkansas *.............W, 6-1 at Arkansas State....................W, 4-3 at UTSA *................................W, 4-3 at Texas A&M-Corpus Christi *....L, 1-6 vs. UT Arlington #.....................L, 0-4

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